Phillip Levy, MD, MPH

Professor, Emergency Medicine; Chair for Research, Department of Emergency Medicine; Wayne State University Department of Emergency Medicine/Integrative Biosciences Center

Dr. Phillip Levy is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Professor of Physiology at Wayne State University. He is also the Assistant Vice President for Research at Wayne State University Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Levy holds an M.P.H. from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and an M.D. from New York Medical College. The main focus of Dr. Levy’s research centers on improving blood pressure control for hypertensive emergency department patients. His interests also include the impact of chronic hypertension on cardiovascular disease disparities, hypertensive heart failure, and the integral role of the emergency department in the management of chronic hypertension.

Current Research Interests:

  • Chronic Hypertension
  • Hypertensive Heart Failure
  • Acute Management & Early Disease Detection
  • Cardiovascular Disease Disparities
  • Community Engagement

Website | Email | Phone: 313-577-1214

Research Areas: Cardiovascular Disease, Health Disparities, Community Engagement,

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